Maximus Strength Trainer Features
- Target the lower leg muscles through different levels of resistance and movement at once
- Allows for an advanced user-friendly rehabilitation method of the lower leg muscles through the following motion exercises:
- Dorsiflexion: Pull the foot up, so that you have to pull your foot/toes up towards you.
- Plantar flexion: Pull the foot down so that you have to pull your foot/toes down towards floor. Push foot down as if to push a gas pedal.
- Inversion: Pull the injured foot in towards your other foot. Push the foot/ankle in.
- Eversion: Pull the foot out, push injured foot out away from the other foot.
- Tibialis Anterior: Slowly raise your toes and the front of your foot off the shoe toward your shins, digging your heels into the shoe.
How to Use Maximus Strength Trainer?
- Remove fully assembled frame from box and plastic bag
- Set frame on a clean even floor surface so suction cups can secure frame
- Make sure all resistance bands are inserted into one of the 18 slots on frame and on shoe slots Note: Female Shoe has 10 resistance bands ”Male Shoe has 12 resistance bands
- Once frame and shoe are secured, sit in a comfortable position directly in front of frame with legs at a 90-degree angle
- Insert your foot into shoe platform and secure it with the Velcro strap on shoe. Make sure foot is snug in shoe platform
- Once foot is secured, begin with the therapy / training exercises provided by your therapist / trainer
Direction For Ankel Maximus Strength Exercices:
- Insert your foot into shoe platform and secure it with the Velcro strap on shoe.
- Make sure foot is snug in shoe platform.
- With these exercises, keep leg at a 90-degree angle.
- The goal is to use the muscles to strengthen the ankle, not working out entire lower leg.
- Try to keep lower leg from moving or doing the work during these exercises.
NOTE: Maximus Strength Trainer is to be utilized for Lower Leg Therapy
Precautions While Using Maximus Trainer
- Don't use while standing
- Don't press downward on shoe platform
- Don't stand on frame / shoe platform
- Don't put direct vertical pressure on shoe platform
- Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. Consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate exercise routine. If you experience any pain or difficulty with these exercises, stop and consult your healthcare provider.